Episode 6- Berkeley High School and Aurora's Community Partners

This week on Aurora Connects, Josh and Dawn will be joined by African American Studies & English teacher Alan Miller, drama teacher Jordan Winer, and Berkeley High student and actor Dwayne Clay, to chat about Aurora's Community Partners Program. Berkeley High was the Aurora's first community partner, paired with our Fall 2019 production of Exit Strategy. We'll learn more about the Community Partners Program and discuss how the Bay Area's stay-at-home order is affecting Berkeley schools, students, and faculty. 

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 Dawn Monique Williams
 Josh Costello

 Alan Miller
 Jordan Winer
 Dwayne Clay

Producers Dayna Kalakau, Dawn Monique Williams, Amanda Mason
Graphic Designer Karen Loccisano
Podcast Engineer Cameron Swartzell

Opening Music Cliff Caruthers
Broadcasting support James Ard

Aurora Theatre Company Staff: Josh Costello, Julie Saltzman Kellner, Dawn Monique Williams, Dayna Kalakau, Cameron Swartzell, Amanda Mason, Betsy Ruck, Dave Shultz, Katherine Sanderlin, Kendra Johnson


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